Meet Our Staff
CAPS provides training opportunities for postdoctoral psychology fellows seeking licensure and advanced students in psychology, counseling and social work. These early career professionals and trainees provide counseling to clients and practice under the supervision of a licensed clinician.
Chuong Phu, MADoctoral Intern (CAPS) University Health Center
Chuong is originally from Buffalo, NY and is finishing his doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Medaille University. He has a BA in Psychology from Moravian College and an MA in Psychology from Medaille University. He has had experience working at a college counseling center, a children’s hospital, and a community health center. His clinical interests include anxiety, depression, multiculturalism, virtual reality therapy, and mindfulness. He has worked mostly with graduate and international students.
Title: Doctoral Intern
My Pronouns: He/Him/His
What I am Happiest Doing Outside of Work: I love to travel, explore, and eat. Whether it’s visiting new places by car, plane, train, or ship, I seek out new adventures to experience as well as new delicacies to try. Every year, I try to take a vacation to a place I’ve never visited before. This year, I’m planning a trip to New Orleans.
What I do for Self-Care: I enjoy activities that allow me to be near a body of water to relax, such as kayaking, swimming, and fishing. When these activities are not available, I will play video games, walk my dog, and/or listen to music.